The Communities of Practice offer a specialized home within NaBITA to meet the unique needs of particular members’ constituency groups. These Communities facilitate and support the lively exchange of information, offer resources, and allow for ongoing and engaging dialogue to promote the free flow of ideas.

By creating connections with other peers in your Community of Practice, participants have the opportunity to discuss successes and challenges, identify trends and best practices and offer issue-specific guidance, all while breaking down the barriers of isolation in their work.

NaBITA members gain access to a peer community, offering specialized resources and a unique listserv. Your access includes:


Welcome to a newly organized list of resources related to case management and the BIT. A community of practice (COP) is designed to be a collection of individuals interested in a common area of study. As with a cohort model within masters and Doctorate programs, NaBITA’s new COP for case managers is designed to be a community to support the work case managers are tasked with completing.

Click here to access the NaBITA-CM resources and to learn more.

Violence risk and threat assessment is the process of gathering and analyzing information related to an actual or implied threat or concerning behavior. This is used to weigh risk and protective factors in a fair and equitable manner to establish an objective, evidence-based level of danger with an eye towards reducing bias and establishing intervention strategies to mitigate potential violence to an individual or larger community.

Click here to access the NaBITA-TA resources and to learn more.

Our commitment is to provide quality training and support to NaBITA members through a one-stop-shop membership platform. The NABITA COPs are available for all NaBITA members, regardless of the position you hold. Be sure to check back soon for newly added Communities of Practice!